Containing of php-file/-variables

By the example Frontpage slideshow http://www.joomlaworks.gr/

Forum: http://forum.phpwcms.org/viewtopic.php?p=109397#p109397

Put on a new script into template/more inc_script/frontend_render, e.g. frontpageslideshow.php

Example

<?php
 
// Replacement Tag {FPSS}
if(strpos($content['all'], '{FPSS}')) {
 
initMootools();
 
// START of "Frontpage Slideshow" settings
ob_start();
 
   $nameOfSlideshowToDisplay = "demoslideshow";                // Enter the name of your slideshow. Slideshows are in folders inside /fpss/slideshows/.
   $URLofyoursite = rtrim(PHPWCMS_URL, '/');                   // Enter your site's URL.
   $AbsoluteServerPathofyoursite = rtrim(PHPWCMS_ROOT, '/');      // Enter the root path of your site on the server.
 
   $target = ''; // So eine schlechtes Script
 
   // do not edit below this line
   include_once($AbsoluteServerPathofyoursite."/fpss/mod_fpslideshow.php");
 
$FPSS = ob_get_contents();
 
$content['all'] = str_replace('{FPSS}', $FPSS, $content['all']);
 
ob_end_clean();
 
// END of "Frontpage Slideshow" settings
 
}
?>

Importantly! Look to it that during configuration MooTools is contained in the system already actually. That can lead thus to problems. Do not mix jQuery with MooTools! Possibly switch to off the javascript jQuery/MooTools in the configuration.

At the slideshow configuration thus the following is meaningful:

// --- Slideshow engine settings --- //
$engine = "mootools";
$disablelib = 1;
$optimizejs = 0;

Put the fpss folder into the normal phpwcms root.

Since v1.4.4_r381 we can´t use the calling initMootools();. New calling: initJSLib();
Have a look: Init Mootools Library since_v1.4.4_r381

english/technics/contain-php-file-variables.txt · Last modified: 2010/02/13 12:35 by Knut Heermann (flip-flop)
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